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Food Science and Technology (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

Candidates for the Ph.D. degree select one major in the field and two minors outside the field. There are no general course credit requirements for the M.S. or ...

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Horticultural Biology (MS)

  • Cornell University (NY)

Although emphasis is on horticultural plants and systems commonly found in areas of temperate climate, graduate study on species and cropping systems of tropical areas is also possible by use ...

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Horticultural Biology (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

Although emphasis is on horticultural plants and systems commonly found in areas of temperate climate, graduate study on species and cropping systems of tropical areas is also possible by use ...

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Landscape Architecture (MRP/MLA)

  • Cornell University (NY)

Landscape architecture (LA) students interested in the social, political, and economic context in which design occurs, or planning students who want to establish a deeper concentration in physical design and ...

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Natural Resources (MS)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The Field of Natural Resources provides freedom to design a graduate program that addresses the individual interests of students. Excellent laboratory and field facilities are available. Many graduate students in ...

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Natural Resources (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The M.S. and Ph.D. programs are research oriented, and each requires a thesis or dissertation. Students are normally expected to obtain the M.S. or equivalent degree before ...

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Plant Breeding (MS)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The field of plant breeding encourages applications from students interested in crop improvement in the context of global agriculture. The applied breeding program deals with development of plant materials for ...

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Plant Breeding (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The field of plant breeding encourages applications from students interested in crop improvement in the context of global agriculture. The applied breeding program deals with development of plant materials for ...

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Plant Biology (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

In addition to studying a major subject in the Field of Plant Biology, students also take course work in two other minor subjects of their choice, either in or outside ...

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Soil and Crop Sciences (MS)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The Field of Soil and Crop Sciences occupies a modern and diversified agronomic research facility. Field Crop Science covers a wide spectrum, from field-scale applied projects to cell physiology and ...

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Soil and Crop Sciences (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The Field of Soil and Crop Sciences occupies a modern and diversified agronomic research facility. Field Crop Science covers a wide spectrum, from field-scale applied projects to cell physiology and ...

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Plant Pathology (MS)

  • Cornell University (NY)

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology are the study of plant diseases and the biology of plant-microbe interactions at the molecular to ecosystem levels of organization. The Field of Plant Pathology ...

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Plant Pathology (PhD)

  • Cornell University (NY)

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology are the study of plant diseases and the biology of plant-microbe interactions at the molecular to ecosystem levels of organization. The Field of Plant Pathology ...

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Urban Studies Graduate Minor

  • Cornell University (NY)

Urban studies is an interdisciplinary minor field intended to complement basic studies in such Fields as City and Regional Planning, Economics, Government, History, Human Development, Management, and Sociology, as well ...

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American Indian and Indigenous Graduate Minor

  • Cornell University (NY)

The American Indian Program offers American Indian Studies as a minor field in graduate studies. Graduate students select a faculty member from the field of American Indian Studies to serve ...

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Environmental Quality Graduate Minor

  • Cornell University (NY)

This minor field offers qualified engineers and scientists an opportunity to broaden their knowledge in physical, chemical, and biological areas related to environmental-quality problems and their control. It is intended ...

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Global Development (MPS)

  • Cornell University (NY)

The Master of Professional Studies (MPS) in Global Development (GD) is a one-year, interdisciplinary graduate-level degree program combining a flexible course-based curriculum with a capstone or problem-solving project. The program ...

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Natural Resource Conservation (BS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

Students will examine the human dimensions of natural resource management and conservation and apply this knowledge while working with diverse stakeholders across disciplines and private and public sectors. Students will ...

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Renewable Materials (BS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The B.S. in Renewable Materials trains students to create and design new products from bio-based materials, from wood to recycled materials. Through hands-on courses, students apply what they learn ...

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Ecology and Conservation Biology (BS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

In this program, students learn to manage, preserve and restore the natural environments on Earth and are prepared for a career in natural resources. Students study biology and ecology as ...

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Fishery Resources (BS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

Professionals in the fishery field work to support healthy fish resources for the benefit of the food supply, environment, recreation and more. Students learn about the conservation and sustainable management ...

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Fire Ecology and Management (BS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The B.S. program in Fire Ecology and Management holds an emphasis on direct and “hands-on” learning, providing students with an understanding of fire’s holistic role in the environment ...

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Wildlife Resources (BS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

This strong, science-based foundation in wildlife ecology and management is designed to give students the knowledge and tools to understand, study and manage wildlife species and their natural habitats.

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Climate Change Certificate

  • University of Idaho (ID)

There is a need for personnel who have a working knowledge of the science of climate change, its potential impacts, and adaptation and mitigation strategies to build climate resilient societies ...

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Environmental Communications Minor

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The Environmental Communications Minor involves core classes in conservation and politics of the environment, as well as electives in regional planning, and communication skills,

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Parks, Protected Areas, and Wilderness Conservation Minor

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The Parks, Protected Areas, and Wilderness Conservation Minor involves core classes in population biology, conservation, and wildlife management, as well as elective classes in regional planning, environmental history, and land ...

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Renewable Materials Minor

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The Renewable Materials Minor is for students in business, engineering, forestry, or vocational education who wish to gain specific background and knowledge related to the forest products industry.

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Rangeland Conservation Major

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The nationally ranked Rangeland Conservation degree (accredited by the Society for Rangeland Management) prepares students to manage, conserve, and restore these diverse environments, which include grasslands, shrublands, woodlands, and deserts ...

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Tribal Natural Resources Stewardship Certificate

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The Tribal Natural Resources Stewardship Certificate involves courses in tribal sovereignty and federal policy, ecology, and landscape resilience

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Natural Resources Conservation Minor

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The Natural Resources Conservation Minor involves core classes in environmental politics and natural resource conservation along with elective classes in natural resource management, regional planning, and communication skills.

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Environmental Science (MS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The graduate program is structured around three option areas, biological science, physical science, or social science. A student must complete a minimum of 12 credits (thesis degree) or 15 credits ...

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Soil & Land Resources (MS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

Through the Soil & Land Resources program, students will develop valuable expertise about the soil ecosystem and address soil issues related to sustainable agriculture and the environment while conducting lab-based ...

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Soil & Land Resources (PhD)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

Through the Soil & Land Resources program, students will develop valuable expertise about the soil ecosystem and address soil issues related to sustainable agriculture and the environment while conducting lab-based ...

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Plant Science (MS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

From crop-based biofuels to pest-resistant plants, plant science discoveries have made a profound impact on the world’s food production, natural resources and environment. This program prepares students to make ...

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Plant Science (PhD)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

From crop-based biofuels to pest-resistant plants, plant science discoveries have made a profound impact on the world’s food production, natural resources and environment. This program prepares students to make ...

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Master of Natural Resources (MS)

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The Master of Natural Resources (MNR) is an interdisciplinary course-based graduate program designed for current and aspiring professionals who wish to enhance their educational credentials for a career in natural ...

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Fire Ecology, Management & Technology Certificate

  • University of Idaho (ID)

This 15-credit certificate program is designed for traditional and non-traditional students who would like to receive more depth than a few courses in the concepts, science and tools currently used ...

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Environmental Education and Science Communication - Academic Graduate Certificate

  • University of Idaho (ID)

The MOSS Graduate Certificate is designed for motivated Ph.D. or M.S. students who wish to diversify their skill set and broaden the impact of their graduate work by ...

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Geosciences (BA/BS)

  • Denison University (OH)

Geosciences has a long tradition of field trips to Hawaii, coastal Maine, Arizona & Utah, the Bahamas, Death Valley, the Great Smoky Mountains and the Adirondacks during the fall and ...

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Geographical Sciences (BS)

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

Students specializing in Geography will be exposed to a diversity of coursework that will focus on human-environmental interactions, and will choose between two tracks: Development and Sustainability or Environment Systems ...

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Global Poverty Minor

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

Students will discover how incentives, resources, and social and political institutions influence the incidence of poverty across and within countries. Students in the minor will explore the relationships between poverty ...

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Agricultural and Resource Economics (BS)

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

Students in the Agricultural and Resource Economics program must take courses in Agricultural Science, Mathematics/Economics/Statistics, Environmental and Resource Policy, International Agriculture, Food Production, and Politics.

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Atmospheric and Oceanic Science (BS)

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

Course plans for the major satisfy American Meteorological Society guidelines for a B.S. degree in atmospheric science.

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Landscape Architecture (BLA)

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

The Landscape Architecture Program helps landscape architects lead, educate, and participate in the careful stewardship, wise planning, and artful design of our built and natural environments. The undergraduate Landscape Architecture ...

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Plant Sciences (BS)

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

Plant Science combines basic science courses with applied technical classes to prepare students for the many and varied careers in this growing field. Students seeking a Plant Science degree must ...

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Atmospheric Chemistry Minor

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

This Minor will provide the students with a general background in Meteorology as offered by the lower level required courses, and a background on issues in Atmospheric Chemistry. It is ...

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Atmospheric Science Minor

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

This minor will provide a general background in meteorology as offered by the lower level courses, and a solid background in Atmospheric Physics (AOSC 431) and Atmospheric Dynamics (AOSC 432 ...

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Earth History Minor

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

The Earth History Minor involves required classes in historical geology and elective classes in sedimentation, paleontology, and climate change.

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Earth Material Properties Minor

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

The Earth Material Properties Minor involves required classes in geology and mineralogy and elective classes in seismology, petrology, and optical mineralogy.

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Hydrology Minor

  • University of Maryland, College Park (MD)

The Hydrology Minor involves core classes in geology and wetlands hydrology as well as elective classes in ecosystem restoration and biogeochemistry.

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